Re: "Live-as-a-part-of-Nature" - the 2014 Lunocet Tail Propulsion Foot-Fins ($1250) - there are six speeds, adjustable while you swim (2:42 min.) http://vimeo.com/74258565
This is extraordinary beautiful for freediving and SCUBA augmented with these Foot-Fins along with tactile feedback for mimicking the physiology of the Dolphin Kick and glide up to 8 mph. http://caw-designs.com/?page_id=371
So I'm curious to know if there is any interest in trying the Lunocet Tail Propulsion Foot-Fins for the SVII-S camera system?
The device clamps on to the feet, which are kept together, and when you kick, the tail flexes. Instead of just relying on your legs to push the water out of the way and thereby provide propulsion, the Lunocet acts more like an airplane wing and actually provides an airfoil-style “lift” which pushes you along.
The Lunocet is a device which models the millions of years of evolution in the dolphin tail by replicating the geometry, scale, and morphology dynamics of what is called the Lunate tail propulsor (biologist Sir James Lighthill noted the crescent moon shape of caudal fins of fish and flukes of whales hence the term lunate). The Lunocet is a biomimetic (mimicking biology) lunate tail propulsor which addresses with fine detail the secrets of efficiency and power of fast swimming dolphins.